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Cancer Prevention: Skinnier, Wealthier & Healthier

Cancer Prevention: Skinnier, Wealthier & Healthier

by Andi Dwyer, Director of Health Promotion  A few weeks ago at the American Society of Clinical Oncology meeting, prevention was a hot topic! The news of prevention and exploring opportunities for early detection was extremely interesting. Before the next ASCO meeting, I have high hopes that we all can identify ways to bring early detection and prevention, for not just us, but others as well.  My contribution – I need to lose some weight! Skinnier & Wealthier Speakers and presenters at the ASCO meeting noted that the impact of obesity on cancer is an initiative and priority. It is estimated that one-third of all adults and 17 percent of children are

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Andi’s Highlights on ASCO 2014

by Andi Dwyer, Director of Health Promotion, Fight Colorectal Cancer Working in the cancer prevention and survivorship field for nearly ten years, I was elated to attend my first ASCO.  However, nothing prepared me for the 35,000 people from throughout the world, gathered to unveil the latest in ‘all things’ cancer.  I came in with a notion this was a research conference; I discovered, it was so much more. Policy, advocacy, pharmaceutical, basic research and clinical/medical science from the entire planet, collided into a single city for a solid four days.  It was intense and complete with opportunity and challenge but none-the-less, a guide for this year and beyond. ASCO info about Biomarkers

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